|Environmental Sample Processor||
Environmental Sample Processor (ESP) provides in situ collection and analysis of water samples from the subsurface ocean. The instrument is an electromechanical/fluidic system designed to collect discrete water samples, concentrate microorganisms or particles, and automate application of molecular probes which identify microorganisms and their gene products.
The Imaging FlowCytobot (IFCB) is an in-situ automated submersible imaging flow cytometer that generates images of particles in-flow taken from the aquatic environment.
The Phytoplankton Sampler (PPS) is an autonomous particulate sampler that filters up to 24 individual water samples through 47mm filters. Samples are collected in user-defined time series to analyze trace metals, phytoplankton and suspended particles.
|Remote Access Sampler||
McLane Remote Access Samplers (RAS) are designed to collect in-situ water samples in support of oceanographic research projects and environmental monitoring programs.
Time-series sediment traps were the original McLane Research Laboratories product line when the company was founded in 1983.
|WTS-LV (Large Volume Pump)||
The Large Volume Water Transfer System (WTS-LV) is a large volume single-event sampler that collects suspended and dissolved particulate samples in situ into a 142mm membrane filter. The WTS-LV allows for a choice of pump size and filter porosity for a range of specimen collection.
McLane Zooplankton Samplers (ZPS) are designed to collect zooplankton, in situ, in support of oceanographic research projects and environmental monitoring programs. The ZPS 7-50 sample volume is carefully designed to avoid triggering zooplankton escape responses related to velocity or light gradients.